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Norton Security Premium protects your whole family of up to 10 devices - and the people who use them. Safeguard account numbers and photos on your PCs and Macs, contacts on your smartphones and private data on your tablets from criminals trying to gain access to them. Plus, help protect your children from unsafe content and guard against oversharing.

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Last Edited by wbs3333 April 24, 2019 at 05:19 PM
For those that have Comcast:


https://internetsecurity.xfinity.com/


Xfinity includes a 5 device license with their service at no additional cost.
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My order for this just went through fine. Sometimes prices for this go down to $18, though lately the best deal is around $40-45. So this deal for $26 (compared to $90 or so for full price) is quite good for me.
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Good price, but don't need---repped.
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FYI, this may be worth you time not needing to submit 2 rebate forms to make your purchase FAR. The thing is in my last 2-3 FAR submissions, i was always denied of the $10 upgrade rebate although I submitted all the docs required ans as per the rebate requirements. I had to contact the rebate center, which they always said "Oh, sorry. We'll fix it." If it happened once in a while, that might be OK. But 3 incidents in a row, where all of the rebates were complete and perfect, something might be going on.
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I needed to update soon so I'm glad to see this deal. I also had a 5 license before but there's a couple more devices I'd like to cover so this deal benefits me in more ways than one. Thanks and repped.
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Norton AVR has slowed down and it's taking 75% of memory.

Now I am suing BitDefender and ESET hardly uses memory and catches a lot of threats.
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Norton AVR has slowed down and it's taking 75% of memory.

Now I am suing BitDefender and ESET hardly uses memory and catches a lot of threats.
I agree. The big names seem to use too much cpu/memory. Better choices out there. Or, stop clicking or browsing sites you shouldn't.
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God why. Why.
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Does any once use av anymore I use a vast free rarely to scan exe
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Just use Windows Defender (free) and occasionally scan with MalwareBytes (also free).
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Thanks. I got it. I needed to renew soon.
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Friends don't let friends use NORTON.

Just get Microsoft security essentials

Or avast, avg, Avira Free

For Spyware

Super anti Spyware, malwarebytes
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Don't use this. It will destroy the performance of the system.
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